The TJP has been serving the North Texas Jewish Community weekly since 1947. With its broad subscriber base in North Texas, the TJP is the most efficient way to reach one of North Texas’ most affluent communities. We are a trusted and respected source of news for our readers.
The TJP delivers:
Readers with a high discretionary income
Local, regional, national and international news
Reasonable advertising rates
About our readers
Each week, our well-educated readers seek out your goods and services. According to an independent audit by the
Circulation Verification Council:
Four out of five TJP readers (80%) say they are more likely to purchase a product from ads that they see in the TJP!
56% of our readers are between the ages of 35-54
31% are 55 years or older
51% of our readers say that the TJP is their primary news & information source for local Jewish news & community information
Because the TJP has been serving our community for decades, in many cases we have three generations reading and subscribing to the TJP. Our readers are loyal to what they see in the TJP and they look forward to every issue.
Every issue of the TJP includes:
• Breaking news on a local, regional, national and international level
• Human Interest Features
• Snapshots from around our community
• Local Synagogue Services and Life Cycle Events
• Health and Fitness News
• Ethnic Recipes
Our advertising philosophy
Our goal is to make your business successful. If we feel as though your business will not benefit from marketing it through the TJP, we will not accept your ad. Our sales staff is trained to help you grow your business – part of which means helping you find ways to diversify your marketing efforts. We are committed to making you successful and look forward to helping your business grow
History of the Texas Jewish Post
The Texas Jewish Post was conceived in mid-1946 by Jimmy and Rene Wisch, who were both working for the Federal government at the time. They became active publishers and editors in 1947. Jimmy Wisch passed away on January 26, 2002. Rene Wisch passed away on November 1, 2010. They were perhaps, from a historical view, the oldest living husband and wife team in the active working profession of Jewish journalism on a global basis.
Among the landmark achievements of the TJP are: the only Jewish newspaper allowed into the Soviet Union during the Cold War of (1965-66); representation at the Johnson-Eshkol Summit in Texas; the only Jewish newspaper invited to the historic Nixon-Breshnev Summit in the Soviet Union (May-June 1972); and personal interviews conducted with leading world figures. Stories and columns from the TJP, have been reprinted in the Houston Chronicle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the former Dallas Times Herald, the Congressional Record, as well as many other weekly and monthly publications.
Besides being members of the Texas Press Association and other national professional organizations, the TJP, has been a member of the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA) for more than half a century. Founding editor and publisher, Jimmy Wisch (1947-2002), was Executive Secretary of the AJPA for 14 years and served as President for three years.